£110,000 Offers over
This well-presented, one-bedroom, second-floor flat, forms part of a traditional stone-built tenement conveniently located on Easter Road, north-east of Edinburgh city centre. The accommodation is comprised of an entrance hall, living/dining room, kitchen, double bedroom, and a bathroom. Features include, uPVC double glazing, gas central heating, TV and telephone points, and a secure entry system. The accommodation begins with an entrance hallway featuring two built-in storage cupboards, the secured entry phone handset, wood-effect laminate flooring, and a pendant light fitting. The spacious living and dining room includes TV and telephone points, recessed window, wood-effect laminate flooring, a gas heater with timber surround and stone hearth, a centrally located pendant light fitting and spot light fitting for the dining area to the rear of the room. The kitchen is set internally off the rear of the living room and features fitted units, stone-effect worktops, a stainless steel sink with drainer, tiled splashback, separate washing machine, fridge and an integrated electric oven and hob. The bright double bedroom includes wood floorboards, a decorative fireplace, and a sizeable built-in wardrobe. The bathroom is fitted with a tiled floor, contemporary white bathroom suite, electric over-bath shower, and tiled splashwalls. Externally the property includes a communal rear garden, and ample unrestricted on-street parking to the front and on surrounding streets. Easter Road is an established and bustling east of city centre location with a mix of traditional and modern residential properties. A high amenity area, there is extensive local convenience and specialist shopping, whilst there is also a Tesco superstore on Duke Street to the north in Leith, and a Sainbury's at Meadowbank Shopping Park to the south. Highly-frequent public transport is available on Easter Road and London Road, with Edinburgh's Royal Mile, Princes Street, the Scottish Parliament, and the Old Town all accessible by foot, together with the Omni Centre with bars, restaurants, a Virgin Active gym, and multi-screen cinema. Lochend Park, Holyrood Park and Arthur's Seat offer vast open green spaces for walks and recreation.
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